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Opinion & Blogitorial

Harper – caught in a web of lies and half truths.

The opposition has every right to defeat the government but Stéphane Dion does not have the right to take power without an election. -Prime Minister Stephen Harper gives the nation a lesson in parliamentary democracy from the foyer of the House of Commons (November 28, 2008) As leaders of the opposition parties, we are well aware that, given the Liberal minority government, you could be asked by the Prime Minister to dissolve the 38th Parliament – read more –

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Me & Captain Tightpants

Your results:You are Malcolm Reynolds (Captain) Malcolm Reynolds (Captain) 90% Zoe Washburne (Second-in-command) 75% Wash (Ship Pilot) 75% Dr. Simon Tam (Ship Medic) 70% Kaylee Frye (Ship Mechanic) 45% Jayne Cobb (Mercenary) 45% Inara Serra (Companion) 25% River (Stowaway) 25% Alliance 20% Derrial Book (Shepherd) 15% A Reaver (Cannibal) 5% Honest and a defender of the innocent. You sometimes make mistakes in judgment but you are generally good and would protect your crew from harm. – read more –

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Harper Has Only Himself to Blame

In part of his column in the National Post, John Ivison wrote: Mr. Harper reacted like the boy who pokes the dog with a stick and then complains about being bitten. “The Opposition is working on an agreement in back corridors to reverse the result of the last election, without the consent of voters…. They want to put in place as prime minister someone [Stephane Dion] who was rejected by the voters of Canada only – read more –

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Just call me Your Worship…

Sometimes, life deals you a hand and you just are not sure how to play it.  Today is one of those days. This week, if you open the Coast – Halifax’s alternative weekly – you will see the list of reader voted “Best of Halifax” results.  Read the first page, and the section is “City People.”  Read into that section, and you reach “Best Candidate for Mayor”.  There, you see the winner Peter Kelly, the – read more –